Trump Campaign Continues Big Spending On Lawyers

Trump Campaign Continues Big Spending On Lawyers

Stated that according to released Sunday, according to the campaign for re-election as President of the United States in the first quarter of this year, Donald trump got $ 10 million, so he has already collected $ 28 million in cash.

The Trump campaign spent about $3.9 million in the first quarter of 2018, the report said, with nearly $835,000 going to eight law firms and the Trump Corp.

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The campaign also paid legal fees to the Trump Corp. - a company being run by Trump's two older sons - and law firms Belkin, Burden, Wenig & Goldman LLP; Schertler & Onorato LLP; Seyfarth Shaw LLP; and Van Hoy, Reutlinger, Adams & Dunn PLLC.

Trump is in the middle of a costly legal battle with adult film star Stormy Daniels, who is suing the president to get out of a nondisclosure agreement he didn't sign.

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The latest figures bring the Trump campaign's total spending on legal fees to almost $4 million since the president took office, records show.

An additional $348,000 was paid to the law firm of Jones Day, which is representing the campaign in special counsel Robert Mueller's election probe and in congressional investigations. It's not clear whether Trump is actually paying his lawyers, considering the campaign's high legal spending. Trump will stand for re-election in November 2020.

Trump's former personal aide, John McEntee, who was bounced out of the White House early last month amid an investigation reportedly for "serious financial crimes", was paid $22,000 by the campaign in late March, CNN noted.

The $15.1 million figure includes more than $717,000 from the Republican National Committee; $595,000 from the RNC and Trump campaign's joint fundraising committee; and $9,000 from the National Republican Senate Committee. Traditionally, most incumbent presidents have waited to begin with their own re election effort.

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